La Tasca

La Tasca
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Founded in 1979 by José María Bard Gago, the La Tasca restaurant is divided into two distinctly differentiated areas: a dining room decorated in classical style with table linen on the tables, and another in a more rustic style, with a certain air of a guesthouse, where there is a bar and an area with high and low tables for eating tapas at.

The new tapa business has strengthened this traditional restaurant in Jerez, with the creation of a special menu called “14Tapas” that has 14 suggestions for this style of eating.

La Tasca has one of the most complete sherry lists in the city and, besides tapas, it has a menu that features dishes such as roast leg of suckling lamb, oxtail, fillet with cheese and ham, and sea bream "a la roteña" (with a tomato, pepper and onion sauce).

The most famous tapas include deep=fried prawns and béchamel, and breaded four-spot megrim (fish).

Monday-Sunday: 1.30 to 4.30pm and 8.30 to 11.30pm. Closed in the evening on Wednesdays, Sundays and holidays.

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La Tasca
Calle Paraíso, Edificio Jerez 74. Junto a la Plaza del Caballo, 4, 11405
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Services and infrastructure

  • Terrace

Target audiences

For families, Friends, I travel alone, Lgbti, young people, Seniors, Couples



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Tapas, Wines, Cocina tradicional, Shellfish, Meat, Fish

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Types of cuisine

Andalusian cuisine

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